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Old 05-02-2018, 10:29 AM   #1
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Full Wall Slide drifts uniformly out about 3/4". Any experiences?

Over the past 3 months, I have stored our 17 DS with the all slides completely in, only to come back 3-5 days later and find the full wall slide out about 3/4". I thought I may have made a mistake (not likely due to a thorough inspection process) by not closing it fully the first time, but after verifying it was fully closed, and finding it out slightly the second time, I am now concerned and wondered if anyone else experiences this.

I can pull it back in fully without issue. I am currently at day 2 now to see if it drifts out again.

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I just saw this thread yesterday, it should help diagnose your problem.

slide-out problem

Post #6 by azpete is most important, he’s an HWH Tech.
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Full Wall Slide drifts uniformly out about 3/4". Any experiences?

If you are in warranty, contact Newmar Customer Service. It is the valve(s) mentioned in the link above.

If not still in warranty, contact HWH direct for new solenoid valve. Quick replacement, yet will need another person’s help as need another set of hands to hold mechanism while removing the old solenoid.
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